Creature Quizzes & Trivia

How bored are you right now? Would you like to play a game? Why don’t you take these awesome creature quizzes online to gain knowledge and flaunt it too.

Tackle multiple choice questions, true or false questions, or yes or no questions, and more to discover amazing facts about yourself and the world. Play these creature quizzes as a party game or if you’re just trying to take a break at work.

With challenging questions to test your intelligence and questions that will have you in splits, we bet you will be glued to these creature quizzes for hours. These amazing creature quizzes are perfect for kids, teens, and inquisitive adults too! Build your knowledge with creature quizzes created for a variety of topics.


Take this quiz to find out which one you are

Questions: 4  |  Attempts: 4761
  • Sample Question
    What do you do in you free time

In the ancient times, dinosaurs and other weird looking creatures were inhabitants of the world. With time, most of these creatures have become extinct and we only see them in movies. Find out how much you know about them...

Questions: 30  |  Attempts: 1801
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    How many Creatures are there?

Find out which of thirteen creatures of Folklore you are.

Questions: 13  |  Attempts: 1183
  • Sample Question
    Do you like the moon?




Creature Questions & Answers


What type of creature is a canvasback?
1. duck-the canvasback (aythya valisineria), historically known in the united states as a sheldrake, is a large diving duck, 4860 cm long and weighing 1270 g.the adult male has a black bill, a red head and neck, a black breast, red eyes and a whitish
A huge flying reptile that died out with the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago, the Quetzalcoatlus had a wingspan of 36 feet,believed to bethe largest flying creature the world has ever seen.
And it is believed to have been-first, try to find the error(s), if any, in the original sentence. we cannot use just the phrase believed to be, for it seems to refer to wingspan (and, grammatically, it does) rather than to quetzalcoatlus, which is t